Leonardo Metalli (born in August 18, 1966) is an Italian journalist, chief editor & anchor on the most popular Italian television network (RAI) in Italy for over 20 years and a new entry in the Italian politician, for Camera dei Deputati. on the MAIE.
BACKGROUND AND EARLY LIFE
Metalli, was born in Rome, and studied art, music and show business at DAMS in Bologna.
In 1990, Leonardo founded the National Young Journalists Association. He worked at the Media Center of the World Cup Soccer, in the Press Offices of the Sanremo Music Festival, the International Exhibition for TV and the European Song Contest.
In 1994, he was hired at TV Radiocorriere, as a journalist in charge of writing about culture and entertainment. At the same time, he was also TV commentator & opinionist on many national TV shows.
In 1995, he was hired as a journalist in the Press Office of the RAI, where he was responsible for the promotion and development of cultural broadcasts. In mid-1997, he was hired by Giovanni Minoli to develop the Format project for RAI 3. From 1997 to 1999, he worked at TG2 at RAI, in the culture and international department. In 1999 he was hired at TG1 at RAI to develop a tv show on Tg1 named Prima. He was the author and host of several international programs on Rai that included RAI: Si Grazie!, Spot: Si, Grazie!, The Sanremo Code and co-hosted TV specials with Renzo Arbore, of whom was also a director. In cooperation with Rai International and Renzo Arbore, he presented & created "OGGI QUI, DOMANI LA". He also collaborated with Raisat and the online digital components of Rai.
He hosts and is the MC of various events and author of several publications and books, and author of the song URLO DELLA RETE. He currently continues to work at RAI TV on Tg1 as Chief Editor of Tg1 Media & Tg1 Note music news.
He was the top promoter and supporter of free WiFi by Rai, the first step towards the liberalization of the connection to the Internet in Italy
He is married to an American-Italian woman (born and raised in New York City), Marisa May-Metalli is a restaurateur with her legendary Italian restaurateur father Tony May.
They were the owner-operators of the famed Italian restaurants San Domenico NY, Palio, The Rainbow Room and more.
Newly married, Marisa May-Metalli divides her time between Rome and New York. She has also made guest appearances on national American TV shows Food Network shows and has been frequent guest on the Today Show
BLOG AND WEB ENTHUSIASM
He is Founder & CEO at Madforitaly , an internet media platform based in the USA, to export the Italian culture and Italian products in the first digital migration.
He and his MadforItaly team have created a sort of Ellis Island on line, as an innovative platform with Italian original content, produced in English for the first time, in order to vividly narrate and show all the wonders and beauty of Italy.
It’s the first blog-media platform with italian content, produced in English for the first time, in order to vividly narrate and show all the wonders of our country Italy.
MAD FOR ITALY  is a digital movement seeking to promote all things Italian between the USA & Italy.
POLITICAL CAREER AND ACTIVISM
Leonardo’s position has allowed him to travel the world and see first-hand the many problems our generation is facing, and work with Italians living abroad. That is why he has decided to run with the MAIE , because it is a non-affiliated movement.
Infact,in the end of 2017 Leonardo is the new Vice Cordinator of MAIE in the USA
The MAIE Party (Associative Movement Italians Abroad) is a fresh, new political movement, rather than a party.
They are breaking with the existing, ineffective political system that has blistered the political scene with corruption and never ending chaos.
They believe in the future of Italy and uniting Italians living abroad. Their agenda is modest, moderate and focused on the needs of Italians living abroad.
Being an independent movement, will allow their and the MAIE group to effectively take on the interest of Italians and Italian-Americans living abroad.
- "proposal about Maie".
- "camera deputati on the MAIE".
- "article "battaglia elettorale a suon di musica" by Il sole 24 ore newspaper".
- "TG1 NOTE RAI TV PROGRAMME".
- "ARTICLE ABOUT WIFI BY CORRIERE DELLA SERA NEWSPAPER".
- "Off the Menu".
- "Marisa May Metalli live on Today Show".
- "Thanks to Leonardo Metally we are carazy for Italy".
- "VICE CORDINATOR MAIE".
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